DE69937582T2 - Multi-purpose shaver - Google Patents

Multi-purpose shaver

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DE69937582T2
DE69937582T2 DE1999637582 DE69937582T DE69937582T2 DE 69937582 T2 DE69937582 T2 DE 69937582T2 DE 1999637582 DE1999637582 DE 1999637582 DE 69937582 T DE69937582 T DE 69937582T DE 69937582 T2 DE69937582 T2 DE 69937582T2
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limb
finger
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hand
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Todd M. Santa Monica Greene
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HEADBLADE, INC., CULVER CITY, CALIF., US
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B26HAND CUTTING TOOLS; CUTTING; SEVERING
    • B26BHAND-HELD CUTTING TOOLS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • B26B21/00Razors of the open or knife type; Safety razors or other shaving implements of the planing type; Hair-trimming devices involving a razor-blade; Equipment therefor
    • B26B21/40Details or accessories
    • B26B21/52Handles, e.g. tiltable, flexible
    • B26B21/527Handles, e.g. tiltable, flexible attachable to fingers or to the human hand
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B26HAND CUTTING TOOLS; CUTTING; SEVERING
    • B26BHAND-HELD CUTTING TOOLS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • B26B21/00Razors of the open or knife type; Safety razors or other shaving implements of the planing type; Hair-trimming devices involving a razor-blade; Equipment therefor
    • B26B21/08Razors of the open or knife type; Safety razors or other shaving implements of the planing type; Hair-trimming devices involving a razor-blade; Equipment therefor involving changeable blades
    • B26B21/14Safety razors with one or more blades arranged transversely to the handle
    • B26B21/22Safety razors with one or more blades arranged transversely to the handle involving several blades to be used simultaneously
    • B26B21/222Safety razors with one or more blades arranged transversely to the handle involving several blades to be used simultaneously with the blades moulded into, or attached to, a changeable unit
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45FTRAVELLING OR CAMP EQUIPMENT: SACKS OR PACKS CARRIED ON THE BODY
    • A45F5/00Holders or carriers for hand articles; Holders or carriers for use while travelling or camping
    • A45F2005/008Hand articles fastened to the wrist or to the arm or to the leg

Description

  • TECHNICAL AREA
  • These This invention relates generally to razors of the type which are easily obtained to hold hands or in proportion to be held to the same and particularly suitable for shaving of heads and sufficiently versatile to, in the usual shaving position, through to be held by hand to shave the face.
  • In the youngest Time is bald heads both by men as well as become fashionable by women. The usual shaving products available for shaving heads, such as electric razors, safety razors and are not completely satisfactory insofar as keeping these razors is a bit difficult when you go about a difficult area or one that is particularly outside the Line of sight of the user is to shave.
  • At the Shaving the head, it is necessary to have something as a "feeling" for or one Self-perception for the area to be shaved and the accuracy of the executable Shaving can be considered, and keeping a typical or usual Razor, as if by a handle, meets to degree of difficulty shaving an area that is not easy to see how for example, the back of the Head, the needs not completely.
  • It It should therefore be appreciated that there is a need for a shaver which is easy to use, economical to produce, relatively inexpensive and that has the uniqueness, for example on a finger of the User to be arranged so that adjacent fingers to the user Point of reference and a feeling of comfort when shaving sections of the head that are particularly difficult to see or reach. It would be too desirable, to have such a razor, which is also in a conventional Sense can be used to shave the face.
  • GENERAL PRIOR ART
  • During the The prior art uses the use of various types of razor blades teaches nothing of the currently known Prior art the use of a finger-held Razor's complete may be a disposable article or not and wherein the limb, the a razor blade either in a detachable manner (swiveling or not pivotable) or integrally attached to the same carries, light can be used to shave the user's head, and by simply removing and re-straightening the leading edge of the Razor blade and, in one embodiment, undressing the extendable handle is also used for shaving the face can be.
  • Devices of the state The technique is, as stated, difficult to use since she handles or big ones limbs that hold the razor blade so you shave a sensitive area, such as the head, which loses "feeling", in particular, if sections of the head are not easy to see.
  • The state of the art consists in the following: PAT. NO. INVENTOR GRANTED Of. 146759 Brown May 13, 1947 Of. 304773 Beuchat Nov. 21, 1989 1418191 Mc Garvey May 30, 1922 2534861 Foltis Dec. 19, 1950 2918685 Sundstrom Dec. 29, 1959 4167059 Iten Sept. 11, 1979 5050301 Appril, Jr. Sept. 24, 1991 5060385 Newsom Oct. 29, 1991 5129157 Wood July 14, 1992 5157835 Lazarchik Oct. 27, 1992 5340067 Martin et al. Aug. 23, 1994 5341535 O'Brien Aug. 30, 1994 5497551 Appril, Jr. March 12, 1996 5555892 Tipton 17th Sept. 1996
  • DISCLOSURE OF THE INVENTION
  • According to the invention, there is provided a shaver for selectively shaving the head and face of the user, the shaver comprising: a limb ( 4 ) with a tapered configuration and at least one front, one top, one back and one bottom ( 6 . 8th ), the top ( 6 ) an upright finger grip ( 30 ), whereby the limb ( 4 ) can be held in association with the hand of the user thereof; characterized in that: the limb ( 4 ) with a front side ( 8th ), a rear edition ( 14 ) and a saddle section ( 24 ) configured to each have an index finger ( 2 ) or a ring finger ( 13 ) or a middle finger ( 23 ) of a user; and the underside of the limb is adapted to a thin razor blade ( 42 . 90 ) in an orientation generally perpendicular to a longitudinal axis of the limb ( 4 ), wherein, in use, when the limb ( 4 ) is held in association with the hand, the blade ( 42 ) generally parallel to the index finger ( 2 ), to the ring finger ( 13 ) and the middle finger ( 23 ) of the hand is oriented.
  • at a preferred embodiment invention, the underside of the limb may be adapted to the razor blade either on detachable and to keep interchangeable or integral with it, so the razor completely to make a disposable article. additionally The razor component can be mounted pivotally or non-pivotally be. At least one edge of the razor blade is typical a cutting edge, depending on from the desired ones Uses in proportion to the front or backwards forward is arranged.
  • The The present invention makes an easy-to-manufacture, lightweight to be used, non-slip, especially suitable for shaving the head, razor ready for easy shaving of the head in a hand-held position can be held and that if he was taken under the palm of his hand will, in a conventional Sense can be kept to the face in a conventional way to shave. In an alternative embodiment, this allows Pulling out a telescopically held handle holding the razor in a conventional Sense.
  • at an embodiment For example, the finger-holding or engaging means may be upright, closed or upright be open ring, which can be adjustable or not and the above The user's finger slides so that the razor in the bottom or palm position, thereby making it easy to use to shave the head. In another embodiment a telescopically held handle is used.
  • at another embodiment the razor blade can be rigidly fastened and molded in one piece, thereby making the razor of the invention completely disposable and wherein the razor blade has at least one cutting edge has that for a slight shave and the desired usage mode in held relationship with the limb is appropriate.
  • BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
  • The The following drawings illustrate the preferred embodiment the invention. In these drawings:
  • is 1 a perspective view showing the razor of the invention, which is held in conjunction with the user's hand,
  • is 2 a perspective view of the razor of the invention,
  • is 3 a rear view of the razor of the invention,
  • is 4 a front view of the razor of the invention, showing the razor blade attachment and more details of the razor of the invention,
  • is 5 a side view of the razor of the invention showing more details of the razor,
  • is 6 a view similar 5 but showing a deviating plan view and illustrating the ring element which is of adjustable nature,
  • is 7 a perspective view of yet another embodiment of the invention,
  • is 8th a top view of the in 7 shown razor showing the telescopically held handle in the extended position,
  • is 9 a side view of the in 8th shown razor and
  • is 10 an exploded schematic view showing a pivotally mounted blade cartridge relative to a razor embodiment of the invention.
  • MODE / MODES FOR IMPLEMENTING THE INVENTION
  • With reference to the figures of the drawings, wherein like reference numerals designate like elements throughout, it will be seen that one embodiment of the invention is a razor 2 includes, with a limb 4 , in this particular case, of molded plastic and having a unitary configuration that has something that can be thought of as a teardrop shape, the limb 4 an upper surface 6 , a front surface 8th has, with a circulation 10 , which in this case is padded in configuration and has ribs, for a slight frictional hold, for example, of the index finger 9 the user. The limb 4 has a tapered rear section 12 with a back pad 14 that has several protruding nubs 16 again, has a frictional grip by means of the underside of the ring finger 13 to enable.
  • The limb 4 has side surfaces 20 and 22 placed in an upper saddle-shaped finger rest 24 pass over, which is adapted to the middle finger 23 to be absorbed by a ring member 30 is made of metal, but may also be made of a uniformly shaped plastic in either a partially open or fully closed ring configuration.
  • The bottom 32 of the limb 4 has a rear edition 34 with a sufficient depth, so a point contact surface 36 provide when the razor 2 engages the user's head. On the bottom 32 is a razor holder 38 arranged to be configured detachably a razor blade element 40 relative to the same, the razor element 40 of the typical disposable, which is a cutting edge 42 has and the backwards or forwards in relation to the front of the limb 4 can be arranged. Consequently, the razor blade element 40 slidable on the razor holder 38 be arranged, wherein, depending on the orientation of the razor blade element 40 , the cutting edge 42 forward or backward to shave either shoving or pulling.
  • With reference to 6 has the razor 3 the same structure as the razor 2 , with the only exception being in the ring section 31 consists of ring sections in this case 33 and 35 may be made in this particular case of metal or other deformable or flexible material such that the ring portion 31 can be adjusted to the size of the user's finger of the razor 3 adapt.
  • With reference to 7 . 8th and 9 becomes the embodiment of the razor 62 of the invention illustrating an extendable handle element 64 As described, it is telescopic in the body of the razor 62 is recorded.
  • In this particular embodiment, the razor is 62 of a two-piece molded construction, wherein the mold parting line 66 is shown and where each of the halves 68 and 70 of the razor 62 with a channel 72 and a main hole 74 is shaped such that the pull-out handle 64 an end section 76 and a shaft or rod section 78 who is captive in the canal 72 is held and telescopically can be included in it has. To the telescopically arranged handle 64 to move in, one presses only on the end 76 until it reaches the end of the hole 74 abuts, and then turns the handle 90 ° so that the handle 64 , as in 7 shown completely enclosed or in the body of the razor 62 retractable. It will be apparent that other means of having a retractable handle portion for further ease and convenience of using the razor 62 of the invention can be used in a conventional manner, such as for shaving a face, in addition to those previously described.
  • Referring now to 10 becomes a blade cartridge 80 , which is set up in the holding groove 82 a blade cartridge holder 84 to fit, shown. In this particular case, the cartridge has 80 opposing spring-loaded snap-lock type pin elements 86 , wherein the middle section 88 swivels a blade component 90 attach so that when the cartridge 80 with the cartridge holder 84 the same is pivoted relative to the attached cartridge holder 84 of the razor 92 is appropriate.
  • For the razors 2 . 3 . 62 and 92 the same can be made entirely of one or two pieces of molded plastic, the razor blade being either rigidly fixed in a non-releasable manner, thereby making the razor as a whole disposable, or may be designed to hold the razor conventional razor blade cartridge 80 in a pivotal or non-pivotal relationship. Suitable plastics, such as those currently used for disposable safety razors, will suffice for the razors of this invention.
  • however is intended in the embodiments shown in the figures, that the razor element detachable is trapped, making it the usual, conventional In terms of safety razors, the interchangeable blade elements have, can be exchanged, and it is intended that in the Practice of the invention in the use of the razor of the invention the blade is easy to replace.
  • When applied, the razor 2 . 3 . 62 or 92 arranged as in 1 and held in a finger-engaging relationship on the underside or palm portion of the hand, and after a suitable foam or soap is applied to the scalp, only the hand-held razor is guided 2 . 3 . 62 or 92 over the skull of the user's head, shaving, as is usual, in the manner of pushing or pulling stroke.
  • It will be noted that the edition, 10 and 16 , as in 1 clearly visible, can be engaged through the bottom of the fingers. The concave configuration of the overlay 24 ensures that the razor 2 or 3 fits comfortably in association with the user's hand. The lower edition 36 acts as a point of contact or area, so when the razor 2 or 3 is brought over the lathered head, the cutting edge of the razor element 40 , especially 42 , for the ease of guiding the razor 2 or 3 forms a two-point contact over the head to be shaved. While the lower edition 36 as one with the limb 4 integral component, it may also be adjustable by means of a screw attachment or the like to the razor 2 increase or decrease for an intended use.
  • It is obvious that the configuration of the limb 4 such is that the razor 2 or 3 from the finger, as in 1 shown, removed and by the thumb and forefinger of the user's hand on the sides 20 and 22 can be kept to shave the face in a conventional manner, should one so wish. It is obvious that in the same way the pull-out handle 64 pulled out to ensure ease of shaving in this way, and then pushed back to its position, allowing the razor 62 as described above, can be used to shave the head.
  • consequently has been disclosed only in illustrative form a razor, the a body has to associate with the fingers of a user's hand To be arrested and unique to the shaving of the head configured and yet also used for shaving the face can be. While one specific configuration for The razors have been revealed to be persons with normal Knowledge in the field immediately see that various modifications and changes can be made all without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention and it is intended that all such modifications and changes through the attached claims be covered.
  • INDUSTRIAL APPLICABILITY
  • It It is an object of the invention to provide a compact, easy-to-use, easy to manufacture razor, especially for shaving the head, provide.
  • It another important object of the invention is to provide a razor, which is particularly suitable for shaving the head and, alternatively to do this, it is configured to use it in one usual Meaning, for shaving the user's face, allows.
  • It is yet another important object of the invention, a cost effective, easy to manufacture, easy to use razor, which as a whole can be a disposable item or, alternatively, for one repeated use of the razor, one to replace the blade on a detachable Way razor blade can have.
  • It is another, more specific object of the invention, one on the finger provided razor, for example, in a embodiment placed on the user's finger and for use in the palm of his hand or a use of the shaver under the hand configured is.
  • These and other important objects of the invention will become more readily apparent considering the following explanation, considered in conjunction with the drawings.

Claims (11)

  1. Razor for selectively shaving the head and face of the user, comprising: a limb ( 4 ) with a tapered configuration and at least one front, one top, one back and one bottom ( 6 . 8th ) where the top side ( 6 ) an upright finger grip ( 30 ), through which the limb ( 4 ) can be held in association with the hand of the user thereof; characterized in that: the limb ( 4 ) with a front side ( 8th ), a rear edition ( 14 ) and a saddle section ( 24 ) configured to each have an index finger ( 2 ) or a ring finger ( 13 ) or a middle finger ( 23 ) of a user; and the underside of the limb is adapted to a thin razor blade ( 42 . 90 ) in an orientation generally perpendicular to a longitudinal axis of the limb ( 4 ), wherein, in use, when the body member ( 4 ) is held in association with the hand, the blade ( 42 ) generally parallel to the index finger ( 2 ), to the ring finger ( 13 ) and the middle finger ( 23 ) of the hand is oriented.
  2. A razor according to claim 1, wherein the limb ( 4 ) made of molded plastic and with ribs ( 10 ) on the front side ( 8th ) to receive the index finger of using the razor.
  3. A razor according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the limb ( 4 ) with protruding pimples ( 16 ) on the rear support ( 14 ) is provided to receive the ring finger of the user of the razor.
  4. A razor according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the saddle portion ( 24 ) has a concave shape.
  5. A razor according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the limb ( 4 ) has an enlarged front configuration that tapers rearward toward the rear.
  6. A razor according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the upright finger-engaging means ( 30 ) comprises a ring-like member.
  7. A razor according to claim 5 or 6, wherein the finger-engaging means ( 30 ) is adjustable in size to account for the finger diameter of the user.
  8. A razor according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the limb ( 4 ) additionally has lateral sides adapted to be gripped by the user's hand, whereby the razor can be held to shave the face.
  9. A razor according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the limb ( 4 ) consists of integrally molded plastic.
  10. A razor according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the limb ( 4 ) has selectively positioned ribs in the top to form frictional gripping surfaces for the razor user's fingers.
  11. A razor according to any one of the preceding claims, wherein the limb ( 4 ) comprises two components, one rear component comprising an extendible handle telescopically received in the other component.
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